A driver fell asleep at the wheel causing him to leave northbound Interstate 35 and slide down an embankment and nearly smash into the back of MHS Caster and Manufacturing in Kansas City. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that fatigued drivers are more of a problem on roads than previously thought.
A driver fell asleep at the wheel causing him to leave northbound Interstate 35 and slide down an embankment and nearly smash into the back of MHS Caster and Manufacturing in Kansas City. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that fatigued drivers are more of a problem on roads than previously thought. File photo The Kansas City Star
A driver fell asleep at the wheel causing him to leave northbound Interstate 35 and slide down an embankment and nearly smash into the back of MHS Caster and Manufacturing in Kansas City. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that fatigued drivers are more of a problem on roads than previously thought. File photo The Kansas City Star

Drowsy drivers create more problems on roads than previously thought

April 17, 2015 12:15 PM

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